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FAVORIET COMBI GL 2x10
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MANUAL
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STOP
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MAX 400W
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Volt
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Volt
647 (FC GLD 2x40)
817 (FC GLD 2x40)
Afmetingen/Dimensions/Maße/Dimensions FC GL
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Afmetingen/Dimensions/Maße/Dimensions FC GLD
FC GL 2x5
FC GL 2x10
FC GL 2x20
FC GL 2x40
A =
625
832
976
1200
A =
795
1002
1146
1370
B =
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900
1060
1280
B =
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1070
1225
1450
C=
243
311
383
420
C=
243
311
383
500
D=
383
451
523
640
D=
383
451
523
720
E =
705
790
895
965
E =
705
790
895
965
F =
185
205
230
145
F =
185
205
230
145
G=
265
368
440
553
G=
265
369
440
553
H=
329
432
504
617
H=
329
432
504
617
I =
367
469
541
647
I =
435
537
610
723
J =
41
48
48
499
602
674
787
38
38
38
J =
K =
38
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38
38
48
L =
190
260
335
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................... 2
2.
TECHNICAL DETAILS ..................................................................... 2
3.
INSTALLATION ................................................................................ 4
3.1 Preparation to install ............................................................... 4
3.2 Connection to the electricity supply system ........................... 4
3.3 Connection to the water supply system .................................. 5
3.4 Connection to the drain outlet ................................................ 5
3.5 Connection on a counter ........................................................ 5
4.
CONTROL PANEL (FIG.2) ............................................................. 5
5.
PREPARATION BEFORE USE ...................................................... 5
6.
USE .......... .................................................................................... 6
6.1 Brewing coffee ...................................................................... 6
6.2 Brewing tea .......................................................................... 7
7.
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................. 7
7.1 Cleaning (daily) .................................................................... 7
7.2 Removal of coffee deposits .................................................. 8
7.3 Descaling .............................................................................. 8
8.
TRANSPORT ................................................................................. 8
9.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE BREWING QUANTITY ............................. 9
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This instruction was been written for users of the Animo Favoriet Combi GL. Please read this
manual carefully for good and safe use of this appliance.
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Favoriet Combi GL is an automatic coffeebrew installation. The combi is a free standing unit,
supplied with filter pan and filter-holder to provide optimum filtering. The removable DE urns, into
which the coffee or tea is brewed, are available in 5, 10, 20 or 40 litres.
The brew can be set at any volume from 2,4 to 40 litres The Favoriet Combi GL warming elements
in the urns are separated from the inner chamber, creating a hot air (thermos) effect,
thermostatically controlled. In that way coffee remains fresher and retains its true flavour longer.
In figure 1 the main parts are indicated.
In figure 2 the controls are indicated.
figure 1:
A - Swivel arm
B - Drip tray with grid
C - Filter
D - Gauge glass
E - Container DE
F - No-drip tap
G - Control panel column
H - Lid
I - Blender
J - Basket filter insert
The machine is supplied with the following parts:
- 2x Container DE
- 2x Filter + basket filter insert
- 2x Blender
- Basket filterpaper (50 sheets.)
- 2x Level gauge brush
- 2x Cable with plug (short)
- Cable with plug
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Descaling funnel
1 sachets coffee fur remover
1 sachets descaling solvent
Operation manual
Water supply hoses of 1.5 m (GLD 2x)
Drip tray with grid
2. TECHNICAL DATA
Type
Article number
Buffer quantity
Approx hourly capacity coffee
Water dosing time
Electrical connection
Power
Fuse 3N~ 400V
Fuse 3~ 230V
Fuse 1N~ 230V
Minimum amount of coffee
Basket filter paper
Cold water supply
Min. - Max. water pressure
Level detection
Overflow hose
Empty weight
Dimensions
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FC GL 2x5
10010
10 Ltr., 80 cups
30 Ltr., 240 cups
ca. 10 min./5 Ltr.
1N~ 230V 50Hz
3400W
n/a
n/a
16A
1,25 Litres
Ø101/317
swivel 3/4”
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm
ca. 30 kg
see fig. 3
FC GL 2x10
10012
20 Ltr., 160 cups
60 Ltr., 480 cups
ca. 10 min./10 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
6800W
16A
25A
n/a
2,5 Litres
Ø152/457
swivel 3/4”
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm
ca. 40 kg
see fig. 3
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Type
Article number
Buffer quantity
Approx hourly capacity coffee
Water dosing time
Electrical connection
Power
Fuse 3N~ 400V
Fuse 3~ 230V
Minimum amount of coffee
Basket filter paper
Cold water supply
Min. - Max. water pressure
Level detection
Overflow hose
Empty weight
Dimensions
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FC GL 2x20
10013
40 Ltr., 320 cups
80 Ltr., 640 cups
ca. 14 min./20 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
9800W
16A
30A
5 Litres
Ø203/533
swivel 3/4”
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm
ca. 60 kg
see fig. 3
FC GL 2x40
10014
20 Ltr., 640 cups
160 Ltr., 1280 cups
ca. 14 min./40 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
18800W
30A
50A
10 Litres
Ø280/635
swivel 3/4”
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm
ca. 105 kg
see fig. 3
Type
Article number
Buffer quantity
Approx hourly capacity coffee
Water dosing time
Electrical connection
Power
Fuse 3N~ 400V
Fuse 3~ 230V
Minimum amount of coffee
Basket filter paper
Cold water supply
Min. - Max. water pressure
Level detection
Overflow hose
Empty weight
Dimensions
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FC GLD 2x5
10024
10 Ltr., 80 cups
60 Ltr., 480 cups
ca. 10 min./5 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
6800W
16A
25A
1,25 Litres
Ø101/317
swivel 3/4” (2x)
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm (2x)
ca. 35 kg
see fig. 3
FC GLD 2x10
10025
20 Ltr., 160 cups
120 Ltr., 960 cups
ca. 10 min./10 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
13600W
25A
40A
2,5 Litres
Ø152/457
swivel 3/4” (2x)
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm (2x)
ca. 48 kg
see fig. 3
Type
Article number
Buffer quantity
Approx hourly capacity coffee
Water dosing time
Electrical connection
Power
Fuse 3N~ 400V
Fuse 3~ 230V
Minimum amount of coffee
Basket filter paper
Cold water supply
Min. - Max. water pressure
Level detection
Overflow hose
Empty weight
Dimensions
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FC GLD 2x20
10026
40 Ltr., 320 cups
160 Ltr., 1280 cups
ca. 14 min./20 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz
19600W
30A
55A
5 Litres
Ø203/533
swivel 3/4” (2x)
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm (2x)
ca. 80 kg
see fig. 3
FC GLD 2x40
10027
20 Ltr., 640 cups
320 Ltr., 2560 cups
ca. 14 min./40 Ltr.
3N~ 400V 50Hz (2x)
18800W (2x)
30A (2x)
50A (2x)
10 Litres
Ø280/635
swivel 3/4” (2x)
1.5 - 8 bar
electronic
hose 12 mm (2x)
ca. 115 kg
see fig. 3
Technical alterations are reserved
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WARNING
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Always remove the plug from the socket if the machine has to be opened for repair or
maintenance.
Always observe local rules while installing the unit and use approved materials and parts.
Always plug the machine into an earthed wall socket.
Connect the machine to the cold watertap
Connect overflow tap to drainage tube.
Do not position the machine in areas where the temperature drops below freezing point
because there is always water left in the system.
Do not submerge or spray the machine.
During use some parts will become very hot.
Do not position the container on open fire, or hotplate.
Never touch the softkeys with sharp objects.
If the machine is not used it is advisable to remove the plug from the socket and turn off
the water tap.
Have all repairs carried out by a specially trained technician.
First disconnect the electric cable before transporting the container.
The wallsocket and the main switch
secured group are part of the electricity
installation. It is not allowed to connect
other users to that group.
Depending on the model, the appliance
should be connected according to the
instructions in the figures below.
3. INSTALLATION
Have all repairs carried out by a specially
trained technician.
Follow the instructions to place and connect
the unit, specified below.
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Preparation to install
Connection to the electricity
supply system
Connection to the cold water
supply system
Connection to the drain outlet
Connection on a counter
See 3.1
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See 3.2
See 3.3
See 3.4
See 3.5
(fig.4) In case of 3N~ 400V (5-core cable).
(fig.5) In case of 3~ 230V (4-core cable).
(fig.6) In case of 1N~ 230V (3-core cable).
The following points should be observed when
wiring a new plug:
1. The green/yellow-coloured wire
(“EARTH”) should be connected to the
terminal which is either marked with the
letter “E”, the “earth” symbol ( ) or
coloured green or green/yellow.
2. The blue-coloured wire (“NEUTRAL”)
should be connected to the terminal
which is either marked with the letter "N"
or coloured black.
3. The brown and black-coloured wires
(“LIVE”) should be connected to the
terminals which is either marked with the
letter "L1, L2 and L3" or coloured red.
3.1 Preparation to install
• The preparation to install must be done
by a specially trained technician.
Always observe local rules while installing
the unit and use approved materials and
parts.
• The technician may only make the
connection from machine to the wall
• The electricity supply, the cold water
supply (G3/4” tube 15mm) and the drain
outlet (hose ø12 mm) must be within half
a metre of the location where the
appliance is installed.
3.2 Connection to the electricity
supply system
The Favoriet Combi must be connected
to rotatory current 3N~ 400V.
(FC GL 2x5 1N~ 230V).
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IMPORTANT!
The 5 core main cable (fig. 4) has the
following wiring code:
Green/yellow - Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live (L1)
Black
- Live (L2)
Black
- Live (L2)
6. Place the drip tray in front of machine.
7. Place the containers over the locating
lugs, place the coffee blenders into the
containers and put the filters on the
containers.
8. Position the swivel arm over the centre
of the filter.
Green/Yellow Blue
Brown
Black
Black
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Earth (E)
Neutral (N)
Live
(L1)
Live
(L2)
Live
(L3)
Green/Yellow Brown
Black
Black
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Earth
Live
Live
Live
4. CONTROL PANEL (FIG. 2)
A - 1/4 brew
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
B - 1/2 brew
(E)
(L1)
(L2)
(L3)
C - 3/4 brew
D - 1/1 brew
Green/Yellow - Earth (E)
Blue
- Neutral (N)
Brown
- Live
(L1)
E - Stop switch
F - Socket for container DE
Fig. 6
G - On/off switch container DE
3.3 Connection to the water supply
system
The installation requires a water stop
valve (3/4”) to be near the machine.
The minimum water pressure may not
be under 1,5 Bar (at 4L/min. flowpressure)
5. PREPARATIONS BEFORE USE
The following procedure should be carried out
before a new appliance is used.
3.4 Connection to the drain outlet
Connect the overflow connection in open
connection with a drain (syphon) in such
a way that the excess water can be
drained in case of a malfunction or
maintenance.
1. The innerpot of the container must
always be fresh and clean.
2. Put the cables with inlet plug into the back
of the container and insert the plug into
the socket on the flow water heater
(fig. 2G). Switch on the container (fig. 2F).
The heating will come on.
3. Select the 1/4 brew switch (fig. 2A) on
the flow water heater. the heating process
will start.
4. The process can be stopped at any time
by the stop switch (fig. 2E).
5. After the process is stopped and the
signal has sounded the flow water heater
is ready for use.
3.5 Connection on a counter
Connect the machine at counter level and
on a solid flat surface.
1. Check, before the connections are made,
whether the main voltage corresponds
to the voltage indicated on the
identification plate.
2. Determine where the machine must be
placed on the counter.
3. Make the transit at the counter see fig. 3.
4. Turn the supplied rubber feet under the
base plate.
5. Connect the electricity supply, cold water
supply and the overflow.
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6. USE
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6. Place the filter lid on the filter, put the
filter on the container and position the
swivel arm over the centre of the filter lid.
7. Start the flow water heater by selecting
the required quantity on the control panel
(fig. 2A, B, C or D). The indicator light will
go on. If the light starts to blink, this
means that the swivel arm is not
positioned over the centre of the filter lid.
8. The process can be stopped at any time
by pushing the stop switch (fig. 2E).
9. The brewing process is starting, the
blender in the container guarantees a
uniform quality of the coffee, which makes
stirring the coffee (with loss of time,
temperature and aroma) unnecessary.
The temperature of the coffee is kept at a
temperature of 80-85˚C.
The storage time of the coffee is
determined by the blend of coffee and is
usually 1 à 1,5 hours.
10. After ca. 10-14 minutes a signal will
sound, meaning the flow water heating
process has ended.
11. After the coffee has been made and the
filter has drained, the latter can be
removed and the lid can be placed on the
container.
12. Rinse the filter after use.
Brewing coffee, see section 6.1
Brewing tea, see section 6.2
The swivel arm from the flow water heater is
executed with a security device which only
makes it possible to start the brewing process
if the swivel arm is positioned over the centre
of the filter lid. If the swivel arm is taken out of
position, the brewing process will stop, the
indicator light will blink and a signal will
sound.
A
B
C
D
A - Lid with water distributor
B - Filter with basket filter insert
C- Blender
D- Container DE with lid
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Basic rules for brewing coffee
Use regular grind coffee (±50 gram/litre)
Keep the containers and the filters clean.
6.1 Brewing coffee
1. The innerpot of the container must always
be fresh and clean.
2. To avoid temperature loss during the
brewing proess we recommed to pre heat
the container, by putting the cable into
the socket on the flow water heater
(fig. 2G) filling the container with approx.
2 litres of hot water and switching the
container on (fig. 2F) for at least 10
minutes before the brew starts.
The indication lamp on the container will
light up.
3. Place a basket filter paper into the filter
with the appropriate amount of coffee
(normal/medium ground). The coffee must
be evenly spread over the filter. Generally
speaking you will need about 45-50 gram
per litre.
4. Tap the water from the container.
5. Place the coffee blender into the
container.
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6.2 Brewing tea
A tea filter with disc and a filling pipe are
needed to brew tea in the DE (Optional).
7. MAINTENANCE
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A - Filling pipe
B - Tea filter with disc
C- Container DE with lid
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1. The innerpot of the container must always
be fresh and clean.
To avoid temperature loss during the
brewing process we recommed to pre heat
the container, by putting the cable into
the socket on the flow water heater
(fig. 2G) filling the container with approx.
2 litres of hot water and switching the
container on (fig. 2F) for at least 10
minutes before the brew starts.
The indication lamp on the container will
light up.
3. Put the tea, loose or in bags, in the tea
filter, approximately 6 grams per litre.
4. Insert the tea filter into the disc already
placed in the container.
5. Place the filling pipe on the tea filter and
the disc. Then position the swivel arm
over the pipe.
6. Tap the water from the container.
7. Select the required quantity (fig. 2A, B, C,
or D) and let the flow water heater start.
8. The process can be stopped at any time
by pushing the stop switch (fig. 2E).
9. Remove the pipe and the tea filter after
the tea has been made. ATTENTION:
HOT! After brewing put the lid on the
container to avoid temperature and taste
loss. The optimum extraction time is
minimally 4 minutes and maximally 15
minutes. After more than 15 minutes the
flavour of the tea decreases.
10. Rinse the tea-filter directly after use.
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For the cleaning of various parts,
see section 7.1
Removal of coffee deposits , see
section 7.2
For descaling, see section 7.3
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Do not leave the unit during
maintenance.
Always follow the prescriptions, that are
delivered with the used descaling solvent.
It is advisable to wear protecting glasses
and gloves during descaling.
After descaling, run the appliance
throught at least three cycles.
Wash hands after descaling.
Do not submerge or spray the unit.
Have all repairs carried out by a
qualified technican.
7.1 Cleaning (daily)
• Rinse the innerpot of the container with
hot water, or use if necessary Animo
coffee fur remover.
• Attention! Do not place the container in
the dishwasher or sink.
• Clean the gauge glass with a gauge
brush, remove the gauge glass cap or
the complete gauge glass protector
vertical.
• The machine and container outside can
be cleaned with a wet cloth, than wiped
dry. Never use any abrasives, as these
can cause scratches and mat spots
• Do not put the filter and the blender on a
container witch is not in use. Place the lid
obllique on the container, otherwise a
stale taste my be the result.
• Always leave some clean water (2 cups)
in the container, this stops the washer
drying out.
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5. Insert the descaling funnel
B
(fig. 7A) into the hole next
to the swivel arm (fig. 7B).
Push the funnel downward
as far as possible.
6. Pour the liquid at a
temperature of 60 - 70˚C
into the descaling funnel.
The descaling agent will
enter the boiler element by
A
the supply pipe and will
come out of the swivel arm
as foam. The descaling
Fig. 7
solution can be poured into the
funnel a second time after it has been
collected in the plastic container.
As long as the descaling agent comes out
of the swivel arm foamingly, there are
scales deposits in the appliance.
Repeat the procedure described above
with a new solution until no more foam
comes out of the swivelarm.
7. Then pour approximately 4 Litres of cold
water into the descaling funnel.
8. Remove the descaling funnel, switch on
the flow water heater selecting the full
brew switch (fig. 2D) to rinse out the
column.
7.2 Removal of coffee deposits
A sachet of coffee fur remover solvent is
supplied with the machine. Usage is
extremely simple.
1. Take a bowl filled with ca. 5 litre
warm water and dissolve the coffee
deposits remover solvent from the sachet
into it.
2. Put the parts that need to be cleaned in
the bowl and soak them for 15 to 30
minutes.
3. Rinse several times with warm water.
Repeat treatment if the result is
insufficient.
4. Scatter coffee deposits remover solvent
on very filthy spots and clean with a wet
brush.
7.3 Descaling
During operation scale will form in the
machine. Therefore the machine needs to
be descaled regular to guarantee the
lowest energy consumption and proper
functioning.
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When to descale?
If more steam escapes from of the
swivelarm outlet during the brewing
process as normal, the flow water heater
needs descaling.
Dependent on the frequency of usage and
the hardness of the water, we advise to
inspect the appliance visually regular for
scale formation.
Remove the swivelarm regular and check
the inner boiling pipe. If the wall of the
boiling pipe showing severe scale
formation, then the flow water heater
needs descaling.
8. TRANSPORT
If the machine is transported, the water
reservoirs must be emptied.
1. Switch the appliance off and remove the
plug from the wallsocket.
2. Remove the plugs from the containers
and remove the containers.
3. Close the water outlet tap and
disconnect the supply and overflow hoses.
4. Remove the swivel arm (fig. 8A) from the
column by lifting the former vertically from
the flow heater.
5. After the threaded ring thus revealed has
been unscrewed (fig. 8B), the lid of the
waterreservoir can be removed.
6. Empty the machine, by turning it upside
down above the sink, so that the
remaining water runs out of the flow water
heater. (Attention: the water can still be
hot!).
7. Replace the parts, mentioned in point 4
and 5.
8. The unit is now ready for transportation.
9. Proceed with section 3 “Installation” to
reinstall the appliance.
Descaling the flow water heater
1. Operate the appliance once, selecting the
1/4 brew switch (fig. 2A). The advantage
of this is that the element is well pre
heated, so that descaling is better and
takes less time.
2. Carefully read the caution notice and the
directions on the sachet ANIMO
descaling solvent.
3. Dissolve 2 sachets of 50 gram ANIMO
descaling solvent into 2 litre of warm
water.
4. Remove the filter and place a plastic
container under the outlet of the swivel
arm to collect the descaling agent.
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After a long signal, the brew quantity is
programmed and will from this moment on
stop at the quantity set.
After the procedure described above has
been carried out, the quantity 1/4, 1/2
and 3/4 have also been set.
6. By pushing both selection switches 1/4
brew and STOP (fig. 2A+E) for
6 seconds, the programmed brew quantity
will reset and the above described
procedure must be carried out again.
A
B
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9. ADJUSTMENT OF THE
BREWING QUANTITY
If the quantity of coffee is insufficient
during operation, this can be caused by
the quantity an quality of coffee, by the
kind grind used or the hardness of the
water. The quantity of water can easy be
set by using the control panel (fig. 2).
The adjusted quantity is preserved even
after a power failure.
1. Position the swivel arm over the centre of
the filter (without coffee) and an empty
container.
2. Push on the control panel both selection
switches 1/4 brew and STOP (fig. 2A+E)
for 6 seconds. All the indicator lights start
to flash.
3. After 6 seconds the indicator light from
the selection switches 1/2 and 1/1 brew
will (fig. 2B+D) start to blink after each
other, indicating that you can release the
switches.
4. Push the selection switch full brew
(fig. 2D). The flow water heater process
starts. Do not leave the appliance, as
the process will only stop on your
command!
5. When the right quantity in the container
has been reached push the stop switch
(fig. 2E) and two short signals will sound.
(i.e. the quantity of coffee to be made
+10%) is reached, two short signals will
sound.
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P.O. Box 71
9400 AB Assen
The Netherlands
Tel. no. +31 (0)592 376376
Fax no. +31 (0)592 341751
E-mail: info@animo.nl
Internet: http://www.animo.nl
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